Family of prisoners hold sit-in protest at Red Cross - Sheikh Jarrah
Family of prisoners hold sit-in demonstration at the Red Cross headquarters in Sheikh Jarrah in solidarity with the prisoners on hunger strike in Israeli jails. Jerusalem, Israel. 3rd October 2011
Dozens of families of captives of Jerusalem and the religious figures and national involved in the protest called by the Committee of Relatives of prisoners and detainees of Jerusalem and the Palestinian Prisoner Club in the city Red Cross headquarters, Sheikh Jarrah in Jerusalem in solidarity with the prisoners who started the "Battle of the intestines empty" to protest the denial of their rights and their achievements.
The participants sit pictures of their children, prisoners and Palestinian flags and chanting slogans demanding an end to their suffering and their release.
Peace delegation from the Families Committee and the Prisoners' Club a letter to Nicholas Director of the International Mission Foundation International Red Cross in Jerusalem, asking him to intervene to end the policy of isolation, and re-education university, and to stop collective punishment to prevent visits and impose financial penalties on prisoners and deprivation of buying Alkinten and procurement of food, and stop the policy of restricting the hands and legs when you visit, and meet with lawyers, and stop the policy of raids and inspections of provocation against the prisoners, and allow the introduction of books, newspapers and clothing for detainees, and to improve the medical treatment of prisoners of sick and injured, and stop the procedure for determining visits each month, at once, and half an hour, and re-broadcast satellite channels that were stopped .